Other than a little bit of mountain snow shower activity today and tonight, and perhaps a few snow showers in southeastern Wyoming overnight, conditions will generally be dry for Casper and Wyoming through Friday.
Snow showers will be found across the mountains today with developing light snow showers for Casper and lower elevations. Any accumulations across lower elevations look small, but slick and icy spots on regional roadways will be a possibility late today and tonight.
Mostly dry across for Casper and most of the state today with chilly, slightly below normal temperatures. Brisk winds will keep an added chill on the air as well and create some areas of blowing snow, mainly to the south of Casper.
An Arctic cold front has bellied up to the Rocky Mountains and will keep Casper and locations along and east of the mountains very cold through Saturday. Periods of snow will be found across the state as well through Sunday.
A few snow showers will be found across the Casper area today with snow shower activity increasing across most all of Wyoming come Friday. Cold, upslope conditions will develop as well for central and eastern Wyoming on Friday and Saturday.
Weather conditions across Casper today through Thursday will be chilly, partly to mostly cloudy and breezy. Conditions though look generally dry as well. Mountain locations across the state though will see periods light snow today through Thursday. A strong cold front will then try to move into Wyoming during the day Friday. Snow will be spreading south and east as it
Any early lingering snow showers or flurries will quickly come to an end today. Temperatures remain cold and skies will slowly try to clear out this afternoon and into tonight. High temperatures statewide will remain mostly in the 20′s, a bit cooler than yesterday. With
A passing disturbance and cold front will bring areas of light snow showers and flurries to Casper and the eastern half of the state late today through early Tuesday morning. Any accumulations of snow will be small, but slick and icy spots on regional roadways will be possible.
Periods of light snow and snow showers will linger today across the southeast, especially the far southeast corner of the Cowboy state. Higher pressure moves in across the northwest and into central Wyoming for later today and this coming weekend.
As a cold front crosses the state today, snow showers will move through most areas. This evening and tonight the snow will intensify, especially in the southeast and south central portions of the state.
It will be another pleasant day of weather across the state. February starts off with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, nice temperatures and mainly dry conditions. Once again the far northwest could see a few mountain top flu
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